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Spink Twins shine in Colts victory over Junior Senators
The Cornwall Colts improved to 16-3 on the season with a 5-2 victory last night over the Ottawa Jr. Senators. The Spink twins combined for a total of six points - three apiece. The three stars of the game were Tyson Spink (first), Tylor Spink (second) and Kyle Baun (third).

Cornwall - Oct. 28, 2011 - The Cornwall Colts improved to 16-3 on the season with a 5-2 victory last night over the Ottawa Jr. Senators. Tyson Spink opened the scoring for the Colts at 16:04 of the first period. Jonathan Buttitta of the Sens, tied it at one before the end of the first frame.

Twin brother Tylor Spink made it 2-1 at 4:28 of the second. Not to be outdone, Tyson notched his second of the game a few minutes later. Ottawa’s Joey House narrowed the score to 3-2 at 12:28 of the second, but that is as close as the Jr. Sens would come on this night.

Alexandre Gendron made it 4-2 for the home team before the end of the middle period. Kyle Baun rounded out the scoring with a third period tally.

The Spink twins combined for a total of six points - three apiece. Brandon Howes registered two assists for the Colts. Lukas Haffner picked up the win with an 18 save performance.

The three stars of the game were Tyson Spink (first), Tylor Spink (second) and Baun (third). The game was played in front of 1,043 fans at the Cornwall Civic Complex.

The Colts are in action again on Sunday afternoon when the travel to Navan to take on the Cumberland Grads. Game time is 3:00 pm.


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